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president obama second term for him to act. women brought their issues to the president and brought their shoes. they wanted of immigration reform and other governments are bringing their issues to our president. what about our issues? martin took his issues -- >> guest: who stopping them? it's one thing to say president obama is not responding. >> host: but what are we doing? >> guest: but what are we doing so that he has to respond and to me if you are not using that leverage, everyone knows that it's the black vote -- >> host: 93%. >> guest: the latino vote was decisive in the last election, women. each of these groups who played a role in electing him, that is why in my view when i came here for the not gration, i said and the day before the not duration i gave a speech to the morehouse alums who came and i said the important day is not tomorrow. we celebrate then. the important day as the day after tomorrow. what are we going to do them? for a lot of people they went home. >> host: that is true, and celebrated. it is a milestone. i never thought in my lifetime i would see a bla
forward and the state of our union is strong. >> to say president obama delivers the sears address live on c-span with their preview program starting at 8:00 p.m. eastern and the president at 9:00 followed by the gop response interaction. the state of the union tuesday night on c-span, c-span radio and c-span.org. >> almanacs "washington journal" we will preview present upon the state of the union address with reporters anita kumar with mcclatchy newspapers and jonathan strong from roll call. >> i think we hold a brown as this amazing feat that we accomplished ,-com,-com ma that we roll back segregation and that may look at what happened afterwards. we see how incredibly difficult it was. divisive in some ways but also that you have this very incremental progress after that that was very frustrating to people and so is seen as a great victory but i think also it's important as a student research to look at what we didn't accomplish yet and so when i was looking at desegregation and how it was finally implemented 20 years later after brown actually was handed down, 20 years later he star
care at the time when state budgets are shrinking every place. >> it came out when the obama administration proposed change to the wage and hour and overtime regulation -- [inaudible] very concerned. >> absolutely. and it played out in california in exactly the same way. >> okay. i lay out a plan for expanding the state. organizing around this. barbara you're involved in that. tell us in your experience. what works and what hasn't worked in trying to organize grassroots movements in this area. >> the national dmoask workers alliance is growing. we started in 2011 as an organization and today we are -- [inaudible] organizations in 23 cities. and we are amplifying the efforts of domestic workers mostly immigrant population that is doing the work now. and our efforts around the country and around these workers. to influence their life and what we have -- [inaudible] we have a training program now for the domestic workers and the solidarity organized in leadership program, and to mobilize and to build leadership among domestic workers. i didn't talk about the new york domestic wo
in their children go out the door. >> have you had a chance to talk with president obama himself on the gun issue? if so, what if he told them? >> now, i have a hunt that. he might do you to? >> the calls come from him to me. i'd be delighted to talk to him, but he's got a lot on his mind. >> is it fair to paint video games and hollywood films as a fact or not shootings? >> is sort of predict the bullet and away. there were people who suggested, a further reason for people before any of this existed. if you look at the history, this kind of a lurching to suggest that this is the root cause of the problems. and we take advantage for one in and suggest something and not his debate that goes on in the introduction was involved in these issues. it's not a seventh-largest producer comes. we were number one, but if you asked me where we need to be focusing a lot of our attention, it is in the mental health base. i mention the mental health parity legislation. pete domenici, ted kennedy, many others. gordon smith. we are deeply involved in this, but it happened to have been chairing the committee of the
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